Seeing that it is possible to close a question as a duplicate of closed "not a real question" (NARQ) post, I propose that the NARQ be automatically be reopened with votes from the closers of the child question.
Question NARQ closed by User1, User2, User3, User4, User5
Question duplicate of NARQ closed by User 6, User 7, User 8, User 9, User 10
Question NARQ opened by User 6, User 7, User 8, User 9, User 10
Why? Because I believe there should only be a small subset of questions that are permanent closed and not deleted.
Anything else should be handled accordingly. In the case of NARQ specifically, we are saying simply this question isn't well defined. If 5 users point to that question
(where "question" here includes the question and answers that came with it)
as a resource for a duplicate then it contradicts the first 5 users' reason for closure.
Should users be closing questions as duplicates of closed NARQs?