CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian Prime Minister Kamal al-Ganzouri named a regional security official as interior minister just hours before his new cabinet was due to be sworn in, the state-owned newspaper al-Ahram reported on Wednesday. Ganzouri was appointed by the country's ruling generals after the previous government resigned last month during clashes between police and protesters demanding the army quit power. Rounding off the key appointments to the new cabinet, Ganzouri named General Mohamed Ibrahim, former head of the interior ministry's security directorate in Giza province, to head the ministry, according to al-Ahram.