(Question adapted according to the information given by Michael Homer)
From this answer I did believe that "edited closed questions get put into the review queue", and Michael Homer's comment confirms this. However, those question still look like they were forgotten after the reopening was rejected.
This leads to users waiting for one day and finally posting the same question anew with identical content, which doesn't seem useful neither for the user nor for the platform.
So either the closing banner should be updated to "The question remains on hold for this and that reason" or the ones voting to leave it closed should be encouraged to give a commentary on their vote. Maybe there are better ideas, but the readers shouldn't be left unclear of the status of the question, I think.
(Background, if you care: I stumbled over this question and thought I've seen it before. And found this identical question. This has been closed in the first version for good reasons, edited after an hour, then flagged by a single user to reopen, but still on hold for 15 hours, so finally the user posted the question anew (not flagged to close, getting helpful reactions and even an upvote). It seems that it's easier to post a new question with same content than to struggle to reopen the old one. I don't want to argue about this specific question, just about the feedback mechanism. In my eyes, even a user with a bad question deserves to receive a reaction like "still not good enough" or "reopened" in a time not too much longer than the time to close it.