A modern democracy is characterized by its political process. Without process and rules, there can be no public democratic discourse, and therefore no democracy. Even countries which fail on the democracy metric largely understand the value of process and rules, and only typically break away from them only when the political needs of the governing regime requires it. But Pakistan is now in a much worse position than even that.
In the best-case scenario, this will leave only one authority with the capacity to impose some semblance of order over the country: the ArmyDr. Azeem Ibrahim