I am struggling to come up with a name of a politician who has ever campaigned on the intention to reform the judiciary (not the justice system in general). Such a campaign, for instance, would promise to boost transparency, accountability, performance of judges, tune down the magnitude of discretion they have, maybe go as far as introducing sequestering of judges while they work on a case — to guard their independence and fairness, and so on.
Taxes, welfare, immigration etc. are campaigned on all the time. A judiciary reform — I've never heard of.
I presume that even if/when a politician wishes the judiciary reformed, it is no much use for him/her to campaign on that as it won't resonate with the majority of electorate: most people don't attend courtrooms often, if ever at all, so will yawn at such a campaign.
Or maybe politicians in fact rarely see any need to reform the judiciary?
So, has any politician ever campaigned on that? How did it go?
(I am interested in any country with the common law system).