They do. My articles always get approved. How do you define quality articles? From the word order of your question, you're not English speaking, and that, alone, might affect the quality of the article.
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Just by the phrasing of your question, I can tell your articles aren't being approved because your written English is poor.
Before you submit articles, try having them looked over by someone who is a native speaker.
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