It sounds like you think the questions should be deleted and, as a moderator, I would be happy to do that if the community sends a clear enough signal to me that they believe it is appropriate to do so. The guidelines I follow on when to delete come from:
How does deleting work? What can cause a post to be deleted, and what does that actually mean? What are the criteria for deletion?
What are the criteria for deletion?
For questions, a post that no longer adds anything to the site
should be deleted. Basically, this includes most closed questions
that cannot be improved and reopened. However, it may be beneficial
to keep duplicates to aid future users in finding the canonical
question, as different people may use different wordings that cause
the canonical question to not show up in search.
For answers, any post that is not an answer (should be a
comment, doesn't answer the question, etc.) should be deleted.
Answers that are wrong or that dispense poor advice should be
downvoted, not deleted.
If you simply flag a moderator to delete, even with an explanation, you may or may not see that happen because they may need to perform some research before deciding whether they agree with you.
If you bring it to Meta, like you have (which I applaud), then the community gets to build its case for that to happen, but as you may notice the questions you cited are still on the site, so any deletion takes time.
I think the best way to see something you think is bad in a question result in that question being deleted quickly is to downvote it quickly.
At the moment from 107 views of the first question the community seems split on whether it is bad because it has 2 upvotes and 4 downvotes, on the second the community seems ambivalent because from 48 views it has 1 upvote and 0 downvotes.
If either of these were at a net downvote of about -5 or more, and I came across it, or had my attention drawn to it by a flag or Meta Q&A, I would have no hesitation deleting it.
On this site we moderators VERY rarely delete questions. We often delete answers (that are really comments, new questions, spam, etc) and the Roomba often deletes unvoted and downvoted questions without answers, but we need a strong signal from the community or obvious spam, attempts at advertising, etc before deleting a question, especially if it has upvoted answers.