According to What markdown formatting features are available for Bounty remarks? only "mini"-markdown is enabled for bounty text. I just posted a bounty over on Add an option to recall moved questions, where I had composed a remark text that looked like this:
I'd like to see reconsideration of this declined request. (I found this question while composing my own version of it.) As a user with close votes, I can review and reverse any other closing, but not migration. This seems asymmetrical at best, and perhaps even unbalanced: why should four* users have the ability to shove a question off a site without possibility of retraction, when five users can't even irrevocably close a question on-site?
I don't believe that "Just raise a flag" is good enough as an answer, since moderators frequently state that they prefer to see consensus before taking possibly disputable action. Raising a flag just pits a single user's opinion against five others'. The standard process of collecting five "reopen" votes seems like the ideal way to indicate the desired kind of consensus.
Note especially Shog9's answer on the second, expressing the opinion that mods shouldn't unmigrate generally.
*number of votes required for migration
Note the paragraphs that make this legible instead of the wall-of-text currently present in the bounty box.
Could the bounty remarks display please be upgraded to "small"-markdown, so that such line breaks are preserved?