Many times, a question gets closed, and then the author edits it in an attempt to get it reopened. However, in many of these cases, the close reason still ends up applying, and so users in the reopen queue (rightfully) review to leave the question closed.
However, this review decision isn't communicated in any way to the question author. This leaves users in the dark as to what happened to their question, and often gives off the impression that there is "no review", which leads to complaints. Users often only get to know of the review decision only if they bring the question up on meta and someone else links to it.
I think it's important that authors are aware of the review that takes place when they contest the closure of their question. Not letting them know gives off the impression that there is no review and that all decisions are final. This is often the case for duplicates, where users may not be aware of how the duplicate target answers their question, and as duplicates can be single-handedly closed by a gold-badge holder, it makes it seem more like a unilateral no-contest decision rather than one made by trusted members of the community (and agreed as such).
How can we somehow communicate to users that "your question has been reviewed by the community, who decided that at this time your question should remain closed", so that they don't have to request on meta, and are aware that their questions are indeed being reviewed?