The decision on the new Egyptian cabinet was delayed again on Saturday after prime minister-designate Kamal al-Ganzouri said he would reconsider some of the nominations, dpa reported.
The new cabinet, to be made up of 32 ministers, had been scheduled to be sworn in on Saturday.
The state-run Al Ahram newspaper reported on its website that the decision cabinet would be potponed until the end of the week.
Many activists have rejected al-Ganzouri because of his ties to the Mubarak regime. He served prime minister from 1996-1999.
Others were angered by leaked information that several ministers appointed by Mubarak would keep their posts, after state television reported on Friday that over a dozen ministers would not be replaced.
The interim ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces appointed al-Ganzouri to replace outgoing premier Essam Sharaf, who resigned after after 42 people were killed in countrywide clashes between protesters and police in November.
The clashes were the worst since the January 25 revolution, which led to the fall of Mubarak. Egypt has seen renewed protests, with activists pushing for the military to speed up the transfer of power to a civilian government.