The late king was also very close to and supportive of the military rulers, so I'm not sure things are all that different.
the difference, dear Celia, as Cassius tells, Brutus:
"The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars,
But in ourselves, that we are underlings."
Julius Caesar (I, ii, 140-141)
In other words, King Dissolute will be controlled and at the whim and mercy of the Military. A lovely union.He lacks his father's insights and common touch to walk the middle road. He is not interested in anything else other than his decadent life.
It'll not end well