No, 5,000 reputation gives you the privilege to approve tag wiki edits. Users like me won't see those edits in the Suggested Edits review queue.
What you're thinking of comes with 20,000 reputation; a trusted user is capable of
Editing tag wikis without needing approval
Thanks for raising this. I agree that this is not a good user experience and there's a ton of room for improvement when it comes to how we handle dupes, especially with how we communicate feedback to post authors when there are potential areas with a post to address. We plan on revisiting the overall question closing and feedback experience after we get ...
The community bot apparently "pokes" random questions every hour so they can get more attention, but I looked at your question and I think that you are going to have more clarity like DavidPostill said in a comment to your original post.
I request — if there is such a possibility — the question to be reopened
Meta is not really the right place to start when asking for a reopen:
If you see a question and do not agree that it truly is a duplicate, edit it to highlight the differences, then try to get it reopened by casting a reopen vote.
Source: Why are some questions marked as duplicate? - ...
Is the anonymous user the Community user?
Anyone on the internet can suggest edits. When someone without a Stack Overflow account does this, then the resulting suggested edit is recorded as anonymous (but moderators can see the IP address).
When the suggested edit is accepted, the suggestion results in an actual change, a revision to the post....