Do we have the right to exhume bodies of prominent people and

Do we have the right to exhume bodies of prominent
people and move them from one place to another?
Burial is the act of placing a person or object into the ground. This is accomplished by excavating a pit or
trench, placing an object in it, and covering it over.
Reasons for human burial
See also: Health risks from dead bodies and Revenant (folklore)
After death, a body will decay. Burial is not necessarily a public health requirement. Contrary to
conventional wisdom, the WHO advises that only corpses carrying an infectious disease strictly
require burial.[5][6]
Human burial practices are the manifestation of the human desire to demonstrate "respect for the
dead", and to prevent the possibilities of revenants [ghosts] harming the living. Cultures vary in
their mode of respect.
Among the reasons for this are:
Respect for the physical remains. If left lying on top of the ground, scavengers may eat
the corpse, considered disrespectful to the deceased in many (but not all) cultures. In
Tibet, Sky burials return the remains to the cycle of life and acknowledge the body as
"food," a core tenet of some Buddhist practices.
Burial can be seen as an attempt to bring closure to the deceased's family and friends.
Psychologists in some Western Judeo-Christian quarters, as well as the US funeral
industry, claim that by interring a body away from plain view, the pain of losing a loved
one can be lessened.
Many cultures believe in an afterlife. Burial is sometimes believed to be a necessary step
for an individual to reach the afterlife.
Many religions prescribe a particular way to live, which includes customs relating to
disposal of the dead.
A decomposing body releases an unpleasant smell, so burial is a way of preventing that
smell from reaching the open air.