Minister Prasanna Ranatunga says the government does not require a two thirds majority to maintain a government.
Speaking to NewsRadio the Minister said a two thirds majority is only needed when a vote is required for an amendment.
Minister Ranatunga added the government does not influence the judiciary.
He added the Presidential Commission of Inquiry that probed the 2019 Easter Sunday attacks, that was appointed by the President, has recommended that the Attorney General should take measures promptly.
The Minister said the good governance government resorted to seeking political vengeance during their term by filing Court cases against all individuals, adding that if the present government does the same, the two government’s will be no different.
He said the President has also clearly stated that he will not intervene in the judiciary.