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.
Related: Should it be possible to reopen migrated questions?
Allow diamond moderators to reverse question migrations?
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?