The new Egyptian cabinet was sworn in on July 21 by the head of the military council under pressure from protesters demanding faster change and cleansing of those ties to the former President Hosni Mubarak regime.
Tensions have been rising in Egypt over the army's delay to act against the former regime.
Few hundred protesters retook to the street of Cairo’s central Tahrir Square on the Friday of determination to pressurize the military council who is currently ruling the country.
Moaty Oma, Cairo resident said,"Nobody is having any options to choose someone we could really trust. Even the new government has been recruited by each other, they recruited each other in the government. None of the people here on Tahrir (Square), or anyone in Cairo, had the chance to get their opportunity to choose any of the people they trust, one of us, to be leading the whole thing."
The new government, led by Prime Minister Essam Sharaf, features 12 new cabinet members and two deputy prime ministers, including new foreign minister, Mohammed Kamel Amr. Thirteen other members have retained their jobs, including Interior Minister Mansour el Issawi.
The New Cabinet is not expected to remain in office for more than four months, with parliamentary elections planned to take place on October or November this year.
Moaty Oma, Cairo resident.